The WPGA kicked off its 2021 in-state tournament season with the annual Spring Pro-Pro Scramble on Monday. A field of 98 players teed it up in breezy and partly sunny conditions at Kettle Moraine GC in Dousman. The annual event is always a chance to knock off a little rust and see who can make the most birdies and eagles on the way to a win.
Taking home the crown were former Pro-Assistant champions Craig Czerniejewski and Andrew Kosloske. The Washington County GC duo was able to pile up twelve birdies and one eagle on the way to a 12-under-par 60. The round included an impressive run of five birdies in a row on holes eight thru twelve. Finishing just one shot back was the twosome of Kyle Kunash and Brian Kaminski. For the win Czerniejewski and Kosloske will each take home $610.
A big thank you goes out to Bushnell Golf and Tracy Lick for sponsoring the season opening event and also to Kettle Moraine GC for being a gracious host.
Next up the WPGA tournament schedule will be a trip to the Beloit Club for the Spring Pro-Pro Better Ball